It was a tough time.

As the number of leads climbed, I tried to find a way to keep the dogs from being taken advantage of.

In the end, I came up with a solution.

A dog that led leads is a big deal.

And it is a problem that can be difficult to spot.

That’s why it is so important that the public and private sector understand and work together to address lead poisoning.

The problemIn Israel, lead poisoning can be seen in different ways.

The leading dog is a symbol of health and well-being, and the problem of lead poisoning is one of the most important challenges facing Israel.

The lead poisoning epidemic has affected young children and children with disabilities, and children who have never before been exposed to lead.

In recent years, the problem has become more pronounced in Jerusalem.

As of September, nearly 5,000 children in Israel were poisoned by lead poisoning, and about 500 more are under investigation.

There is no clear cause of lead toxicity, but it is often linked to the handling of lead paint.

Lead poisoning is a leading cause of learning and memory loss.

Children who have experienced lead poisoning have higher IQ scores than those who do not have the disease.

Lead poisoning can also cause permanent damage to the brain, as can lead-based paint, which can lead to brain damage.

The damage is usually reversible once lead paint is removed.

This is why, in 2017, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation and the Israeli Public Health Authority decided to focus on prevention.

The ministry plans to launch a comprehensive strategy to eradicate lead poisoning by 2020.

The plan includes educating the public about the dangers of lead and prevention activities, including education and outreach, and implementing measures to reduce the use of lead-containing paint.

The ministry is also working on strategies to improve the health of children who suffer from lead poisoning as well as to reduce lead exposure in homes and schools.

As a result, the ministry has launched a program to educate the public on lead safety and its effects.

The goal of this initiative is to create a healthy environment in which children can develop healthy, responsible, and respectful relationships with each other.

It also aims to encourage parents to be proactive in the care of their children and to be attentive to their health.

In the first half of this year, the program is focusing on two areas: prevention and treatment of children and parents with lead poisoning and to improve their awareness about the lead poisoning phenomenon.

The initiative will also work to develop and promote awareness of the dangers surrounding lead exposure and lead paint, and to educate parents and children on the health consequences of lead exposure.

To accomplish this, the project has developed a special hotline that will allow people to report lead poisoning symptoms, as well lead exposure, to the Ministry.

A hotline will also be launched to promote the use and education of lead safety awareness programs.

The hotline will be staffed by a specially trained social worker, a lead expert, a health professional, and a pediatrician.

The hotline will remain open for a period of three months, but the focus of the program will be to educate and educate children about the effects of lead on their health and the need for the protection of the health and safety of all children.

The lead expert will be on hand to answer questions and provide information on the program.

The health expert will also act as a liaison between the ministry and public health authorities, as the ministry will share its efforts to reduce and prevent lead poisoning in the public.

This will help the ministry reach a broad base of people who need help to reduce their exposure to lead, while also improving their awareness.

The children and their parents will receive information on how to improve themselves and how to manage their health so that they are protected against the lead-poisoning phenomenon.

Children with lead exposure will be identified by their parents, the health professional and by the hotline.

They will be educated about the health risks associated with lead and how best to protect themselves and their families from the lead poison.

The focus of this campaign is on reducing lead exposure among the population.

This will also benefit the public health system.

The campaign will also help the public get a better understanding of the problem, so that it can develop a plan to reduce or eliminate lead exposure within the population and prevent the spread of the disease to others.

In Israel there are many organizations and organizations working to fight lead poisoning: The Ministry of Education, the Israeli Center for Research and Prevention of Lead, the Department of Health, the Israel Institute for Environmental Health, and Israel Center for Public Health.

All of them work to protect children from lead exposure by improving the quality of education, awareness and education, and by encouraging parents to get involved.